Bethany Goluboff has traveled a circuitous route from California to Finland to Québec to Ontario. A native of Los Angeles and daughter of violin prodigy Grisha Goluboff, she grew up studying with Manuel Compinsky, a distinguished artist and pupil of Eugène Ysaÿe, and violinist of The Compinsky Trio and Toscanini’s NBC Orchestra.
Bethany's musical journey led her to prestigious summer festivals such as The Aspen Music Festival, The Santa Barbara Music Academy of the West and Pierre Monteux School for Conductors and Orchestra Musicians. She spent two years in Helsinki, Finland at the Sibelius Academy where she had the privilege of working with renowned maestro, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, then returned to North America and completed her training in Québec City at The Québec Conservatory of Music and Laval University.
Bethany loves orchestral repertoire and has played with a number of orchestras, including The Québec Symphony (l’OSQ) for two years and served as Concertmaster of The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra for three years and member of the Sudbury Symphony String Quartet.
Since moving to the GTA, she enjoys freelancing with local groups, including The Oakville Chamber Orchestra, as well as teaching violin.